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  • Helen Cadden

    Elizabeth Murphy (left) was sentenced to 5 years hard labour for stealing an umbrella and Mary Richards was jailed for 5 years for stealing 130 oysters. Harsh justice in Victorian times!

  • Pauline Angelusnoir

    Victorian women criminals records show harsh justice of 19th century

  • David Wallace

    Victorian justice records which show how the harsh punishments were given to women criminals – such as five years in jail for stealing one rasher of bacon – have been published online for the first time.

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